Eliana M. Santanatoglia is a lawyer and graduated from the University of Buenos Aires with a Master's in Economics and Political Science from ESEADE, a MSc in Philosophy of the Social Sciences from the London School of Economics and Political Science (UK), and is a Ph.D. candidate (ABD) from the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires. She is co-founder and Executive Director of the David Hume Institute Foundation – Research Centre on Normative and Institutional Evolution. She serves as Adviser to the Sub-secretary of Government, Ministry of Government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. She has served as Director of the Master in Economics and Political Science of ESEADE and has coordinated numerous seminars and courses, directed a Liberty Fund colloquium and has served as researcher and professor of undergraduate and graduate courses at UBA, ESEADE, UB, UP, Hayek Foundation and other institutions. She has been a scholarship holder of the AlBan program of the European Union and a fellow of the Institute for Humane Studies, among others. She was the Vice President of the LSE Hayek Society (2006-2007) and she is a member of the board of the LSE Alumni Association of Argentina, also participating in other organizations (WINIR, AAFD, MENSA, etc.) Her main research areas are legal theory, constitutional law, political and moral philosophy, philosophy of social sciences, and the interrelationships between these realms, with special interest in the evolutionary vision of rules and institutions. She has published several academic articles in journals and books chapters, she has lectured and participated in seminars in these areas of thought in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Guatemala, Chile, the United States, and England.